RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Biomechanics/Robotics​

Pollen capture and removal by honeybee hairs-Amador et al. 2017

How honeybee hairs capture pollen but can be easily cleaned (Hu lab)

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Biological mechanisms of staying clean-Amador & Hu 2015

A review of principles and mechanisms of biological cleaning solutions

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Improving walking with a non-powered exoskeleton-Collins et al.  2015

Reducing the energy cost of walking using a bio-inspired non-powered exoskeleton (Sawiki Lab)

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Feedback control to understand tradeoffs-Cowan 2014

Using systems control theory to understand responses to perturbation (Sponberg lab)

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Bio-inspired aquatic robotics by
untethered piezohydroelastic actuation-Ertuk 2013

A modeling and lab study of fish-like swimming produced by pizoelectric fiber based actuators

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Macro-fiber composite actuated
piezoelectric robotic fish-Ertuk 2015

A review of novel methods to produce biologically realistic swimming in robotic fish 

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Simplifying gait design via shape basis optimization-Gong 2016

Using limb morphology to control locomotion by modulating gait (Goldman lab)

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Strategies for locomotion in granular media- Hosoi & Goldman 2016

Biological principles for controlling movement in and on soft substrates

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Principles of power limits in small fast systems- Ilton et al. 2018 

Factors governing the ability of small and ultrafast biological systems to produce mechanical power (Bhamla lab)

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Behavioral and mechanical determinants of collective subsurface nest excavation-Monaenkova 2015

Understanding organism strategies mediating their ability to dig and create subsurface structures (Goldman lab)

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Prey catching by frog tongues-Noel et al. 2017

How the viscoeleastic and non-Newtonian properties of frog tongues function in high speed adhesion to capture prey (Hu lab)

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A single muscle’s multifunctional control potential -Sponberg 2011

How muscle mechanics allow passive control of locomotion 

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Center for Biologically Inspired Design
(CBID) at Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0230